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Maybe you shouldn’t have married your cousin, dickheads!

(Monday – Thursday blog)

Here’s a news story I just got sent to me by my ever-so-woke email provider – Yahoo:

A taskforce is being set up to tackle baby deaths in Birmingham, after a report revealed infant mortality rates in the city are nearly twice the national average, with families from Pakistani backgrounds disproportionately affected.

Councillors described the situation as “distressing” and said the report made for uncomfortable reading after it highlighted deprivation, ethnicity and health inequalities as key factors in the stubbornly high numbers, which equate to more than 100 babies dying before their first birthday in the city every year.

“Something is going wrong. We need to act to put it right,” said the councillor Rob Pocock, the chair of the health and social care scrutiny committee, which produced the report. “This is a tragedy that can and must be reduced.”

The infant mortality rate in Birmingham is seven deaths per 1,000 live births, compared with 3.9 deaths in England as a whole, and numbers have not declined in recent years as they have done nationally.

Naturally the woke, West-hating garbage who write such stuff blame us Whities for the high death rates amongst Pakistani babies born in Birmingham and other UK cities. Yup, we’re responsible for supposed ‘health inequalities and deprivation’ of the Pakistani community. The woke media would never dare criticise the communities which are really responsible.

Below is a blog I wrote a couple of years ago. Oh, and before you accuse me of ‘waaaccciiisssmmm’, check out the science and then you might understand why first-cousin marriages are banned in advanced, developed countries.

Anyway, here’s just one of the several blogs I wrote warning about this problem over the last few years. Apparently the brilliant authorities in Birmingham have only just found out about the problem although the rest of us have known about it for decades:

It’s difficult to comment objectively and dispassionately on the short video below.

It shows the horrors of first-cousin marriages.

In Birmingham, around one in ten children from first-cousin marriages either dies in infancy or develops a serious life-long disability caused by genetic ailments, according to health officials in the city, where over half the mothers of Pakistani origin are married to a close relative.

Thousands more children of consanguineous marriages survive, but with appalling physical or mental problems. These include blindness, deafness, blood ailments, heart or kidney failure, lung or liver problems and a myriad of often incurable and complex neurological or brain disorders:

According to one report British Pakistanis are 13 times more likely to have children with genetic disorders than the general population.

They are responsible for just 3% of all births, but produce over 30% of all British children with such health problems.

Meanwhile, a research document by the NHS-funded Enhanced Genetic Services Project reveals that in Birmingham in 2009-2010, the combined infant stillbirth and death rate ‘definitely or probably’ due to genetic disorders inherited from Pakistani cousin parents was 38 times higher than that among white European babies in the city:

The report — one of the most thorough into this health and social problem — says: ‘Almost a third of the affected children die before five years of age”.

Most of the survivors suffer chronic disability, and they are either cared for by their families, posing tremendous emotional and financial strain’ or (more likely) dumped on the NHS and social services who simply can’t cope with the mass of human suffering and misery caused by this primitive practice of first-cousin marriage.

Want to know who is really responsible for overburdening our NHS and social services? The BBC and C4 News will always claim that it’s old white indigenous Brits (who have worked and paid taxes all their lives).

But just a few minutes of this appalling video suggests who the real culprits are.

Of course, we can’t ban first-cousin marriages in Britain as the lefty progressive libtards would start screaming about waacisssm and Izlumophobia.

And here’s the result of our moral cowardice:

https://barenakedislam.com/2019/02/27/did-you-ever-wonder-how-much-muslim-inbreeding-first-cousin-marriages-is-costing-western-healthcare-services/ 

4 comments to Maybe you shouldn’t have married your cousin, dickheads!

  • Hardcastle

    No need for a task force when the reasons for the problem were well documented years ago in advanced societies, hence the laws with regard to marriage and incest. But hey, this “science” is a bit inconvenient, so we will need a totally useless enquiry to come up with the usual conclusion that it is our fault. Dr Heinz Kiosk was saying this back in 6o’s.”We are All Guilty” Peter Simple saw it all coming!

  • A Thorpe

    Victoria and Albert were first cousins and as far as I am aware nobody objected to it then or since. I found “experts” on the internet saying the risk of birth defects is about the same as older mothers. As with most science these days it seems as though if people don’t like one scientific view, there is always another scientist willing to give another.

    What is the real objection? Is it a moral issue, or is it the burden put on health and social services? My view is that people should take responsibility for their own lives and if they know the risks they should accept the consequences. This worked until the welfare state arrived and it has brought more problems than it has solved in many areas, not just health.

  • Ed P

    AT: but V & A were not the offspring of first cousins – one generation may get away with no or just minor genetic abnormalities. It’s when their offspring marry their own cousins, generation after generation, that the problems are exacerbated.

  • Bad brian

    This would explain a lot.

    Especially when it comes to the current crop of mini cab drivers in my neck of the woods.

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